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Girls roundup: Handy, Swenson lead Maize past Campus

Published Dec. 20 at 11:04 p.m. | Last updated Dec. 21 at 8:54 a.m.

Daley Handy scored 17 points, Keiryn Swenson added 15 while Brianna Johnson had 13 points as the Eagles hit six three-pointers and rolled to the win thanks to a big second half on the way to a 75-35 win over Campus. Leading 29-16 at halftime, Maize outscored the Colts 46-19 after halftime.

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Andale 53, Augusta 42 — Junior Lauren Rowland led Andale with 19 points, and Brittany Meyer added 17. Maddie Leedom scored 12 for Augusta.

Andover 56, Goddard 27 — Andover’s Jaylyn Agnew led all scorers with 23 points as the Trojans rolled to the win over Goddard. No other player for either team scored in double figures as Andover led 17-1 after the first quarter.

Eisenhower 51, Dodge City 42 — Leading just 33-32 headed into the fourth quarter, Eisenhower put the game away in the final period behind a game-high 17 points from Brynn Minor. Kilah Hoenscheidt added 10 points for Eisenhower.

Mulvane 49, Rose Hill 37 — Destynee Donaldson and Aubree Burkhart scored 16 points each for Mulvane. Kynnedy Myers led Rose Hill with 11 points in a losing effort.

Wellington 58, Collegiate 29 — Mireia Salvador led three Wellington players in double-figure scoring with 16 points as the Crusaders rolled to an easy win. Carlie McComb added 11 points and Lauryn Snipes had 10 for Wellington. Alex Payne was the only Collegiate player in double figures with 10 points.

Buhler 60, Winfield 48 — Wellington hit six three-pointers but only 10 of 20 free throws as Buhler picked up the win behind a game-high 22 points from Jessica Steffen.

Central Plains League

Conway Springs 68, Belle Plaine 25 — Conway Springs led 48-17 at halftime and cruised to the victory behind 21 points from Sara Echelberry.

Garden Plain 51, Chaparral 14 — Lauren Costello led Garden Plain with 14 points as the Owls didn’t allow visiting Chaparral to score more than four points in any quarter.

Cheney 61, Medicine Lodge 33 — Cheney used a 25-0 first quarter to dispatch Medicine Lodge early. Two Taylors led the Cardinals in scoring — Taylor Denney with 15 points and Taylor Needham with 12 points.

Douglass 47, Trinity Academy 39 — Douglass held off a second-half rally by visiting Trinity Academy. Bayley Nispel led Douglass with 15 points while Sarah Hajdukovich added 11. Trinity’s Lauren Snodgrass led all scorers with 15 points.

Central Kansas League

Kingman 62, Halstead 44 — Kingman hit 25 of 32 free throws and was led by Madison Bangert’s 17 points for the road win at Halstead. Karrie McNutt led Wellington with 11 points.